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Need help with the blower motor, ran th 12V to it and it works, but from the controls it will not work at all replaced the relay and fuses and still nothing, what next?

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Is there not a resistor is line to motor?

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You need a blower resistor. If blower motor does not turn freely it will blow the resistor again. To fix it replace both at the same time.

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